Pre-Confederation penny from Newfoundland - Newfoundland was a separate British colony and then dominion until 1949, when it joined Canadian Confederation.

Pre-Confederation penny from Newfoundland - Newfoundland was a separate British colony and then dominion until when it joined Canadian Confederation.

Aftermath from blizzard in St. John's, Newfoundland. January 2013.

Open the door to a snowy surprise, now that's being snowed in blizzard style

The Beothuk were one of the historical aboriginal peoples in Canada. The small group of people lived on the island of Newfoundland at the time of European contact in the 15th and 16th centuries. With the 1829 death of Shanawdithit, a woman in her late twenties who was the last known living Beothuk, the people became officially extinct as a discrete ethnic group.

"Spirit of the Beothuk, life sized bronze statue of Shanawdithit by Gerry Squires at the Beothuk Interpretation Centre, Boyd’s Cove, Newfoundland" -Medium Aevum

partridge berries

Partridgeberries~ I remember these~ My favourite jam Partridgeberry and Apple Jam!

A newfoundland dog and a Newfoundland pony!... Who's walking whom?

Marie thanks for posting this great picture, I love it! At first I thought it was two ponies. It wasn't until I read "fluffy dog walking its chubby pony twin. adorable animals" that I realized it was a dog.

Born A Newfie, Always A Newfie

Born A Newfie, Always A Newfie'. Love our Newfies, friendliest people in Canada, want to go out there someday.

Bakeapples

Bakeapples in Nova Scotia and Newfoundland, don't think we have them in the U. Maybe in Maine but don't know.

I am a Newfoundlander

Proud Newfoundlander's.Canadian pride in our shore to shore love of our country.

Newfoundland

i like to go back to Newfoundland again to see family

Newfoundland Screech - Our famous rum.

To get Screeched In is a Newfoundland custom, whereby local Newfoundlanders encourage those not from Newfoundland to become an honourary Newfoundlander.

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